Choosing a Digital Recorder for Podcasting | The Podcraft Podcast S11 E2

In this episode we’ll cover why you might want to use a digital recorder in your podcasting efforts, and how to choose the best one for you. We’ve discussed digital recorders in the past, and in fact you can find  current definitive guide here: The Best Digital Podcast Recorders on the Market. This episode discusses

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In this episode we’ll cover why you might want to use a digital recorder in your podcasting efforts, and how to choose the best one for you.

We’ve discussed digital recorders in the past, and in fact you can find  current definitive guide here: The Best Digital Podcast Recorders on the Market. This episode discusses the very same stuff with a little extra detail.

We'll cover:

Why Might you Need a Digital Recorder for Podcasting?

  • Mobile recording – capture an interview any time, any place
  • Risk mitigation – avoid recording to a computer and the crash risk that poses
  • Backup – Record to Digitial Recorder PLUS PC for the best of both worlds

What Digital Recorder Should I Buy?

Each option depends on your own unique situation, show format, and budget.

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3 thoughts on “Choosing a Digital Recorder for Podcasting | The Podcraft Podcast S11 E2

  1. Just picked up a Zoom H5. Very nice quality sound and build. Love the physical gain knobs and speaking of gain, it has enough to power the Heil PR-40.

  2. I have absolutely EVERYTHING except a damn green screen ready to go and that was more preference seeing as they’re merely $105-$110 on Amazon these days. Finally figure out u need an “OS” to stream and go live which Is what i was hoping a 3rd or more of my shows would be and eventually make 1 edited vid per week and host a few streams every week… until the the titled “Best & Top OS software to download, only 1 I was familiar with was Streamlabs. I think #2 was called XSplit and finally #1 was something to the effect of ‘Studio OS’ or something. Either way, after everything was set and ready to go and setup slowly and properly for my 26yr old boomer-ass, the grand opening if each separate software program gave me a black n blank screen. Later came to find out my old HP 500 PC series desktop couldn’t…run them??? Its not like I was attempting to play Red Dead II on max stats + mods or something haha this pisses me off and now nearly 2 months later I’m still stuck and now find the situation even killing my drive & urge to get on those internet airwaves, in both audio AND video of course, due to you having to be an engineer to run all this shit and also a dude with $1,000 laying about for a PC thats..I guessss would run these programs?? I still dont understand the why and I simply need a few words of advice is all. I’ll even Cash App you MONEYZ directly after ANY major development I have. Whatever, either way, plz let me in on any workarounds tech-wise that I can buy n hook up or connect it to whatever other thing to make this shindig HAPPEN! thank you MUCH in advance to anybody who gives a hoot about lowdown North Dakota boy who’s looking to discover AND spread truth as fast as I obtain it & verify it as such. 🤘✌

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